EEA’s Institutional Profile
The Ethiopian Economics Association (EEA) is a non-profit, non-partisan, and independent research and membership organization, established under the Ethiopian law in 1992. Since its formation EEA has strived to: a) provide its members a platform of network, experiential learning, and access to current information; b) generate evidence-based analysis on an evolving social, economic and environment realities of Ethiopia so that policymakers, practitioners, business community, researchers, development partners and the general public are informed; c) contribute to frontier and emergent economic thinking relevant to the Ethiopian context and to advanced research methodologies, academic rigor, and development processes.
Vision: EEA aspires to become a premier professional association serving as a center of excellence regionally and internationally for providing unconstrained and evidence-based economic policy research and analysis.
Mission: To provide a platform for networking, information and learning; to inform and influence evidence-based policymaking; to offer prioritized training; and to contribute to the advancement of the discipline of economics.
Project Title: Informing Economic Policy Making through Research and Dialogue in Ethiopia (IEPRDE)
Funding Organization: Open Society Initiative for Eastern Africa (OSIEA)
Lead applicant/grantee: Ethiopian Economics Association (EEA)
Project Team: Demirew Getachew, Dawit Teshale, and Degye Goshu
Duration of the Project: 30 Months (September 2019 to March 2022)
The project has the following three related objectives:
EEA undertakes various activities to realize the following three intermediate outcomes: